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40 UNDER 40 2024

In today’s corporate environment, the most impressive young professionals are juggling a lot. They excel at their jobs, of course, but are also well-liked...

Most Popular Burbs: Young Families

By Faith Harl & Mary Willa Allen Young Families: What Do They Want? First, we pose the all-important question: What do young families look for when...

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All things Oklahoma

The Draws of Heritage Tourism

There’s no shortage of experiences to enrich, educate, entertain and inform about Oklahoma’s rich and diverse history. We explore a variety of heritage tourism...

Giving Mad Props

Like a lot of other nostalgic adults, Tom Biolchini – a Tulsa-based banking executive and immediate past president of the Tulsa Regional Chamber of...

Wiping Out Absenteeism

Missing large amounts of school is a problem for students. And being chronically absent – defined as missing 10% or more of instruction in...

Cast a Line

As warmer weather approaches, seasonal recreation begins anew. A popular activity in Oklahoma that offers generally low stress and low buy-in is fishing. There...

Standing at the Threshold

 By Sofia Thornblad Almost three-quarters of a century have passed since the liberation of Auschwitz and the end of World War II. Some 245,000 Holocaust...

Making a Concrete Difference

Professor of civil and environmental engineering – and self-proclaimed “concrete freak” – Tyler Ley, Ph.D., is on a mission to solve construction’s most pressing...

A Blast from the Past

Some people might think drive-in movie theaters are a thing of the past; after all, we remember their presence in retro movies like Grease...

The Draws of Heritage Tourism

There’s no shortage of experiences to enrich, educate, entertain and inform about Oklahoma’s rich and diverse history. We explore a variety of heritage tourism...

Staying Gold on Broadway

In March 1943, the musical Oklahoma! – based on the play Green Grow the Lilacs by Claremore native Lynn Riggs – made its Broadway...

Your Inner Picasso

It’s been said that creating art can be good for the soul and for mental health, but what if you think you don’t have...

A Touch of Irish Magic

With March’s arrival, the green-themed holiday that’s a favorite for many also makes its appearance. St. Patrick’s Day, associated with Irish traditions, dance, music,...

Business is Booming

An aerial view of northeastern Oklahoma depicts the megalithic handiworks of heavy highway construction company Becco Contractors Inc. Projects range from highway and bridge...

Treasure Hunting

Henry Tankersley has a collection of items from late 19th and early 20th century drugstores – glassware, old advertising signs and even some antique...
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The Beau Monde of St. Moritz

The Swiss alpine village that pretty much invented winter tourism is still at it – and still doing it better than anybody else. When...

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The Beau Monde of St. Moritz

The Swiss alpine village that pretty much invented winter tourism is still at it – and still doing it better than anybody else. When...

Understanding the Spectrum

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in 36 children in the United States have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) – an...

Taste

food, drink, and other pleasures

All the Good Things

Some of Justin Thompson’s happiest childhood memories involve visits to his grandmother’s house.  “She’d always have cookies ready for us,” Thompson recalls. “She’d be cooking...

Something for Everyone 

Clark Crew Barbecue in OKC is the type of place where every type of eater will find something to enjoy. One look at the...

A Culinary Trip to New Orleans 

There are a sea of culinary goodies at Tulsa’s Mother Road Market – so many great options that you may get overwhelmed with sheer...

A Sensory Experience

When Oklahoma City chef Eric Smith opened Pachinko, a high-end Asian restaurant adjacent to his wildly popular The Crown Room on North Western Ave.,...

Uncle Paco’s Mexican Grill

Authentic Mexican cuisine can be found at the inconspicuous yet delicious Uncle Paco’s, with locations in Bixby and Owasso. Begin your meal simply with...

The Gilded Acorn

Early birds can find their new favorite spot by visiting OKC’s Gilded Acorn, open seven days a week at 6 a.m inside the historic...

Trencher’s Delicatessen

Driving between 21st and 31st and Harvard in Tulsa, you’re hit with a vast array of businesses. One nestled within the panoply is Trencher’s,...
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Where & When

great things to do in oklahoma

Celebrate the Arts

No matter what type of performance you enjoy, Oklahoma offers something for everyone in April. Celebrity Attractions and OKC Broadway both bring the smash-hit musical...

Getting Active

We’re closing out some seasons, opening others, and getting excited for some outdoor sporting shenanigans this April. The Tulsa Drillers are back and better than...

Spring Shenanigans

It’s time to celebrate spring and socialize at a variety of community events. At Tulsa’s Circle Cinema, the Oklahoma Jewish Film Festival runs April 7-11,...

Cinema’s in Full Bloom

April arrives with a wide array of film choices for whatever cinematic palate you may have. This month also marks the birthday of Mary...

Classics and New Twists

In Tulsa, the PAC welcomes a range of entertainment options to suit any taste. The month begins with American Theatre Company’s All The King’s...

America’s Pastime, Plus So Much More

A mixed bag of sporting events make March prime spectator time. In Tulsa, the Oilers can still be found on the BOK Center rink on...

Go Green

In Tulsa, prep your home for the warmer weather at Expo Square’s Greater Tulsa Home and Garden Show on March 7-10. Stick around the...